Doraemon (lost Asian English dub of anime series; late 1990s-early 2000s)


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Doraemon is a popular and long-running anime based on the manga of the same name by Fujiko F. Fujio. Its best-known adaptation originally ran from 1979 until 2005, while a reboot, that began airing a month after the first series' conclusion, is still airing to this day. A total of 37 feature-length Doraemon movies have been released and numerous short films.

Various Doraemon episodes and movies were dubbed in English in Asia and released on VCDs. Nothing of this dub has appeared on the internet and the VCDs have been out of print for 15 years.

  • Doraemon - The Magic Lost Articles Fiber Spray (1 disc)
  • Doraemon - Born In Japan (2 discs, 100 min)
  • Doraemon - Diving Around Town (1 disc)
  • Doraemon - Dragon Knight (2 discs, 90 min)
  • Doraemon - Little Star War (2 discs, 95 min)
  • Doraemon - Monotaro Nobita (1 disc)
  • Doraemon - Nobita Tetsujinheiden (2 discs, 95 min)
  • Doraemon - Virtual Holographic, Fiber-Optical Peep-Slope (1 disc)
  • Doraemon - The Mini Magic Loud Hailer (1 disc)

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Yoda

28 days ago
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There is so much lost media involving Doraemon. I feel like they'll eventually have to make a Doraemon category.
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Anonymous user #1

21 days ago
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Oh. So then, why don't we make a Lost Doraemon category?
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PannenkoekenNL

11 days ago
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Nice find!
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PannenkoekenNL

11 days ago
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It could also be from an different Doraemon dub, an English Singaporean dub by Voiceovers Unlimited Pte. Ltd.. Translation: Caihui Lim (Singaporean dub) Cindy Creekmore (Singaporean dub) Denise Tan Shu Fen (Singaporean dub)

Many comments say it's the Singaporean dub: https://www....=G8OBAfjTidM
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AhHAivedoneit527

11 days ago
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my name says it all
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Anonymous user #2

8 days ago
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The claim of Doraemon being banned in the United States makes absolutely no sense and has no basis in reality (as even the linked forum on this page proves it is not true); the real reason why Doraemon has no presence in the United States is that they couldn't find a distributor willing to publish the series but it was never officially banned by the government.
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PannenkoekenNL

8 days ago
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That's irrelevant, we don't claim in the article that it's banned.
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Anonymous user #2

7 days ago
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I'm just saying it's not a good reference to use in the article if it has proven to be false and a forum member's confusion with "banned" to "not officially distributed in the United States" (not to mention the inaccuracy of the claim of Doraemon being "so crude and perverted that it was never given an official English translation" when it has been translated into English in the Phillipines, and despite what the forum member believes, Doraemon is simply a cute and non-offensive anime show that people all over the world enjoy watching, which suggests the forum member probably never even watched the show or read the manga because the forum member is applying negative stereotypes about an anime and manga that doesn't have all of those traits).

I'm just suggesting to please remove it from the references because it is not true and proven fake.
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PannenkoekenNL

7 days ago
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You have clearly not even read the reference, if you did you would see that the person used as reference does even make fun of the notation by OP that Doraemon is 'banned'.

Seriously, instead of writing such lengthy response just read the reference....
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Anonymous user #2

7 days ago
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I did read the reference, don't treat me like I didn't.
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Anonymous user #2

7 days ago
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Also, I'm not trying to pick a fight with you here. I mean, I do have a sense of humor when it comes to ludicrous and false claims especially when other members of the forum correct the poster and prove him/her wrong. Let's just call a truce and end this conversation here. Do you agree with me?
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PannenkoekenNL

7 days ago
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No, you didn't. And you didn't read my post either.

!!!!the person used as reference does even make fun of the notation by OP that Doraemon is 'banned'.!!!!
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Anonymous user #2

7 days ago
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Let's stop this conversation now, I did read your post and all the other posts on the forum linked above (yes, someone did make fun of the person on the forum making the claim and I did legitimately read it). I'm already begging for peace and mercy for this conversation to end so we can stop arguing and move on to finding lost media.
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